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Guy Ryder, the ILO Director-General & Jan Beagle the Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS on the occasion of the World AIDS Day at the ILO.
Other pictures of the event...
23 April 2015,
With 24.7 million people living with HIV in Africa, a new ILO report reveals innovative workplace strategies that have helped reduce risky behaviours, increase voluntary testing and reduce stigma and discrimination across the region.
10 April 2015,
Management at NSIA Assurances & Banque presents the key principles of the VCT@Work initiative and calls for the mobilisation of the world of work to get to zero new HIV infection and zero discrimination in Africa.
17 March 2015,
Mr. Bob Collymore, CEO, Safaricom, Kenya joins the ILO's Getting to Zero at Work campaign. In his message received at the time of the Africa CEO Forum in Geneva, he highlights the importance of public-private partnerships and stresses that the private sector must play a role in the fight against HIV & AIDS.
17 March 2015,
Mr. Chris Kirubi, Chairman, Haco Tiger Brands Ltd., Kenya joins the ILO's Getting to Zero at Work campaign. In his message received at the time of the Africa CEO Forum in Geneva, he stresses on economically empowering people, particularly young women to get to zero new HIV infections.
Africa CEO Forum
African CEOs commit to achieving zero HIV-related discrimination at work and promoting voluntary and confidential counselling and testing
16 March 2015,
A new ILO-UNAIDS publication captures the commitment of business communities from around the world to scale up the response to HIV in Africa.